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    Eastside Catholic Senior Pictures at Studio B Seniors

    It’s been an Eastside Catholic kind of week here at Studio B Portraits so we thought we’d keep up the theme with another Model Interview from one of our EC stunners!  (For more information on our 2013 Model Team open to current High School Juniors visit Studio B Seniors)

    NAME:       Lauren Rehn
    SCHOOL:   Eastside Catholic
    MY STYLE right now:    Casual
    FAVORITE MAGAZINE:  People
    FAVORITE RETAILER:  Free people
    SO RIGHT NOW:   Combat Boots
    SO OVER IT: Uggs
    FAVORITE COLOR: Blue
    STYLE ICON:  Selena Gomez
    FAVORITE STUDIO B PORTRAITS MOMENT. Seeing my senior pictures for the first time!
    BEST OR FAVORITE STUDIO B OUTFIT :  The photo against a wooden wall! I loved that my shirt matched the brick!

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    Had the best portrait session with with the staff and teachers of Eastside Catholic High School.  The school’s PTA is holding their annual fund raising gala auction next month and the theme is “Capture The Beauty”…we took a moment to capture the beauty and talent of these beloved Eastside Catholic staff and teachers for display at the event.  (Do you see that amazing jump on the first shot?  That’s how we started this photo shoot! So much talent….wonder if the students have any idea?)

     

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    It’s time for the latest in our Senior Model Interview Series where we talk to some of our very favorite models from last years team to get their behind the scenes POV on their experience as a Studio B Portraits top model.  And since we are currently casting for our NEW 2013 Studio B Seniors Model Team (Open to current High School Juniors) be sure to request an application at Studio B Seniors if you (or know) and awesome gal or guy that would make a great model for Studio B Portraits!

    NAME:  Kayla Topp

    SCHOOL:  Sammamish High School

    My style right now is… Mixing jackets and blazers with softer blouses and dresses – I love the contrast

    Favorite magazine – Teen Vogue & Seventeen

    Favorite retailer – H&M, Modcloth

    So “Right Now”: Drop-waist dresses, especially with unique patterns and deep colors perfect for fall & winter

    So “Over it”… Cropped shirts

    My favorite color(s): Definitely purple and turquoise – and as an added bonus, I love wearing these colors too!

    My celebrity style icon:  Emma Watson – She can pull off such a classic look

    My favorite Studio B Model moment was…  Finding hidden places along the road and around town for my photo shoot – I would never have even guessed they could serve as such gorgeous backdrops:-)

    Describe your best Studio B photo (or outfit) that we shot of you during either session and tell us why it’s your favorite  – I loved wearing my violet sweater over my blouse, topped off with a scarf – the layers added great texture to the photo and the scarf was so fun to pose with!  I also had so much fun wearing a pair of cute heels in each outfit.

    Anything else you’d like to share with your readers….  I would definitely apply to be a Class of 2013 Studio B Model because you are guaranteed to not only get amazing senior photos but have a fantastic time at your shoot!  I had never liked having my picture taken, but Brooke makes the entire experience incredibly fun and you feel like a real supermodel!

     

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      how do i get the application i emailed the 2013 senior models but i have no idea how to get an application

    Decorating with Family Pictures in the Living Room photographed by Studio B Portraits

    My name is Brooke Clark and I am a “Pinterest Junky.”  While it was hard for me to come to terms with the hours that I have lost to this addiction I have to say that one VERY awesome thing has blossomed from this obsession — A NEW sitting room for moi!  So last November, I decided that it was time for Mommy to have a space that was all my own… you know…a place to read US Magazine and Vanity Fair without the narrative of Disney’s Phineas and Ferb in the back ground – a sanctuary to gossip with girlfriends that isn’t covered in video game paraphernalia.  Enter Pinterest.  It started simply enough…I would just create a virtual pin board of ideas for my space — sure I would.  Hours turned to days which turned to recipes, fashion, following friends, celebrity inspiration — I couldn’t stop.  And now…I don’t want to :-)   For all of you that share my Pinterest Passion…and you too have been mocked by your spouse — we can now show something for it!  Here’s my before room and my after room “PROOF” that Pinterest has a practical application.  I started with a family portrait that emotionally “had me at hello”…fall leaves, the loves of my life…and a bright color palette that would be the focal point of a primarily neutral color space.  I chose a vibrant 40″ Giclee Canvas finished in a sleek warm silver frame that would accent my Deco marries classic vibe.  I then went about pinning everything that I loved from textures, color, accents and pieces that might work.  Like every room in my home and studio…this one is still a work in progress but I like where it’s going — guess I’ll just have to keep “pinning” My name is Brooke Clark, and I’m a Pin-A-Holic.

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    Daughter Silvia planned this amazing day with her Mom and told me that it was almost a year in the making.  This special Mother & Daughter event included a day at the spa, professional hair and make-up with a photo shoot finale Studio B Portraits.  (Frankly…made me want to call my Mom and sisters to do one of these too)  We photographed two looks — the first was a classic formal portrait complete with fabulous fur and gowns and the second was a contemporary set with cocktail attire and tons of laughter.  Loved it! (Big shout out to our make-up artist Margaret for the beautiful camera ready make-up…gorgeous as always!)

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